References for the command line utility gitbook. The CLI can be used to create, test and publish integrations for the GitBook Integrations platform.

Install the CLI using npm install @gitbook/cli -g.

gitbook auth

Authenticate the CLI with a GitBook Developer API token. You can generate a personal developer token in your GitBook Developer settings.

The token can also be provided using the command line argument --token=<token>; if none is provider, it'll be prompted.

gitbook new <dir>

Create and initialize a new integration locally. The program will prompt for information about the integration.

gitbook dev <spaceId>

Create a live connection with a space within your GitBook organization. Updates made locally while the connection is running will automatically be received in the chosen space.

See the development section to learn more.

gitbook publish

Publish the integration defined in the gitbook-manifest.yaml file. See the GitBook Manifest reference documentation to learn more.

See the publishing section to learn more about publishing your integration to GitBook.

gitbook unpublish <integration-name>

Unpublish your integration from the GitBook integration platform. Pass the name of the integration as an argument to the command.

gitbook whoami

Print information about the currently authenticated user.

gitbook help

View the GitBook CLI commands and information on using them.

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